European travel planners will be advised to book a travel planner to help you plan your next trip.
The European Commission said in a blog post that the European Union was taking action to help people plan ahead for travel in the continent.
It is urging European travelers to check if their travel plans have already been approved by a travel agency or if they need to amend them.
The Commission said the European Travel Agency (ETA) and the European Council for International Cooperation (ECICA) have created a travel guidebook for travel planning.
The guidebook includes suggestions for what to do when you need to cancel your trip or change plans.
The European Union’s travel planner has also created a calendar to help travelers plan their journeys.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said the move will help travelers “better prepare for their trip”.
“The European Travel Association has been helping the EU and the member states with the preparation of their plans for a number of years now,” he said.
“With the help of this guidebook, I believe that the EU will now be able to offer the best travel experience for all its citizens, especially those travelling in Europe.”
The guidebook comes with a checklist to help with planning, and there is a guide to assist in changing plans if they do not meet the guidelines.EU officials have said that the goal is to help all EU citizens plan their travels in a way that makes them more confident about their travel.
“It is crucial to take the right decisions in the right places at the right time,” European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said in the post.
“The information in this guide is a great step towards this goal, but we cannot forget that we must also make sure that we make sure the information we have in the guide is also correct.”
The EU is considering creating a new travel agency to help those who are new to the continent, but it is not yet clear if this will happen.